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Pacnet Jan 2011

  1. 1. Capabilities Overview January 2011
  2. 2. Our History Milestones 1999: A venture by Softbank, Microsoft & Global Crossing to build EAC. 2003: CNC purchases Asia Global Crossing & re-brand’s it as “Asia Netcom.” 2006: CNC sells ANC to Connect Holdings Investor Group. 2007: Asia Netcom purchases 100% of C2C submarine cable system. 2008: Asia Netcom acquires Pacific Internet, one Asia’s largest ISPs and DIA providers. 2008: Asia Netcom re-brands itself as “Pacnet” reflecting the synergy of Asia Netcom, C2C and Pacific Internet as one company. 2010: Launches Unity. Planned IPO
  3. 3. Our Own Subsea Fiber Systems EAC and C2C
  4. 4. PACNET Dual Core Super System PoP PoP <ul><li>Combined EAC and C2C </li></ul><ul><li>Cable Systems </li></ul><ul><li>Higher Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Meshed, Ring Protection </li></ul><ul><li>Better Route Efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>Increased Bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>Enhanced Flexibility </li></ul><ul><li>SDH and Ethernet </li></ul><ul><li>WAN-PHY and LAN-PHY </li></ul>CLS CLS
  5. 5. Our Own Subsea Fiber Systems EAC-Pacific (2/5 of Unity) Los Angeles Japan 10,000km <ul><li>EAC Pacific is part of the 10,000km Unity cable system that is being built by the Unity consortium. Estimated network cost: US$300 million. </li></ul><ul><li>Pacnet is the single largest investor in Unity and will control two of the five fiber pairs in Unity independently. </li></ul><ul><li>Each of the fiber pairs of the Unity cable system are capable of carrying up to 960 Gbps, and the cable system can scale up to eight fiber pairs. </li></ul><ul><li>Initial capacity from Unity is expected by the first quarter of 2010. </li></ul><ul><li>EAC Pacific will enhance connectivity and reliability of Pacnet’s existing pan-Asia EAC-C2C subsea cable network by providing up to 1.92 Tbps of bandwidth across the Pacific. </li></ul>Design Capacity : up to 7.68 Tbps No of FP : up to 5 FP No of WL per FP : 96 System RFS : 2Q 2010 Unity cable specifications EAC Pacific [email_address] Tokyo Downtown Chikura 70-80km (Direct Distance) EAC Pacific CHINA-US APCN2 EAC-C2C JIH
  6. 6. IP-Transit Backbones Auckland Sydney Melbourne Adelaide Perth Singapore Kuala Lumpur Hong Kong Manila Taipei Seoul Tokyo Nagoya Osaka San Jose Los Angeles Brisbane China United States Australia AS10026 = Widest Reaching and Most Gravity in Asia-Pacific Region AS37965 = Serving Mainland China with 23PoPs and Dedicated International Gateway Public peering Private peering Customers
  7. 7. PACNET China POP Density
  8. 8. PACNET Data Centers AUSTRALIA , Sydney, Bond St. 9,619 sq ft, co-lo139 racks AUSTRALIA, Sydney, Global Switch 2,476 sq ft, co-lo 112 racks HONG KONG, Mega-I 12/F & 29F 29,151 sq ft, co-lo 512 racks HONG KONG, Telecom House 808 & 1024 5,575sq ft, co-lo 199 racks JAPAN, Tokyo, Comspace 3,068 sq ft, co-lo 103 racks TAIWAN, Taipei, Chief Telecom 2,239 sq ft, co-lo 135 racks PHILIPPINES, Manila, DCI 807 sq ft, co-lo 29 racks SINGAPORE, Global Switch, F1&4, E2 11,800 sq ft, co-lo 321 racks Additional Pacnet Sites KOREA, Seoul, KIDC 13,020 sq ft, 408 racks Data Center Sites 20 Total Floor Space (sq ft ) 92,988 Number of Racks 2,008
  9. 9. China IDC Colocation (5 centers ready) PACNET Cloud Guangzhou Shenzhen Beijing Tianjin China Shanghai CT/CU invested IDC : good at internet bandwidth but poor in facilities Private invested IDC : good at facilities but expensive in internet bandwidth Government invested Government invested CT invested Japan player invested IDC Under Pacnet operation Private sector invested (Tier 4)
  10. 10. DLS Project Background Asia Gravity Centers Tele-House Tele-House Tele-House Tele-House Tele-House Data Landing Station Data Landing Station Data Landing Station Large CDN Providers, Over the Top Providers (e.g. Yahoo. Google) Small CDN Providers Content Provider MNC, Large Enterprises Carriers, ISP Enterprises, SMB
  11. 11. Our Data Center Roadmap (3 years) Japan Korea Hong Kong Philippines Singapore India Australia Taiwan Asia Gravity Center (AGC) Data Landing Center (DLS) Virtual Data Landing Center (VDLS) N x 10G meshed backbone Fiber backhaul

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